XP and Pair Programming practices

@inproceedings{Bryant2007XPAP,
  title={XP and Pair Programming practices},
  author={Sallyann Bryant and Benedict du Boulay and Pablo Romero},
  year={2007}
}
Over the past ten years or so Extreme Programming has been slowly gaining acceptance as a potentially beneficial technique both in the commercial and academic worlds. Here we review the existing literature to attempt to gain insight into the practice of pair programming across both educational and commercial context. We begin by considering the pair programming team and the environment in which pairing takes place. We then review a number of studies aimed at measuring the costs and benefits of… CONTINUE READING

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